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Chapter 5 vocabulary

APPARITION GHOST OR any other unexplained appearence
Assert To state or declare something forcefully and defend it.
Cower To shrink away from something in fear
Disdain To look at something with digraceor be very harsh
Epitaph A saying put on graves to remember the people who are buried there
Ethical To have class to be respectful
Facetious To be humorous or funny not usually very serious
Inaudible Not being able to be heard silent
Indiscriminate To have no control not caring
Intrigue To plot underhandedly and to carry out a plan
Jurisdiction when you have the right to control something or administer something
Plausible To appear to be true and or possible
Plebeian Common people that are lower class rude or vulgar
Prodigal To act wasteful or to be overly extravagant
Proximity To be very close to something not very far away
Pulverize Crushing something into a very fine powder
Sequel The one that follows the original the second one in a series
Volatile Highly subjective to change has lots of mood swings and also explosive
Created by: disk5566